Just saving this as an example of what I think is bad design. The pavers against this flower bed look really wrong to me. Seems if you're going to go for the simple geometry of pavers it doesn't make sense not to have the same amount of grass on both sides. This looks too much like a mismatch of styles, IMO. Stepping stones with a more organic shape would be better here, I think.
love the lights. alas probably Flos and $1,000 each?
that's how our roofline was originally designed to be but the neighbor complained it would block her view of the sky :(
I don't typically go for yellows and oranges and definitely not dark red/purple, but this is pretty nice!
i like how the succulents at the base soften the hardscape. would that work around a fire pit?
White concrete, white gravel. Contrasting plants, warm wood gate, soft curves in
Simple Simon modern screen
Cost of this kind of retaining wall? Would be awesome to do a two-tiered wall but should we spend the $$$ ?
Purple + green = love!
Purple + Green is my scene!
Yay to the Green and Purple! (not the old world fountain or other touches)
A square of this next to BBQ?
uplit fountain, nice
A patio of poured pavers like this, or keep it simple and use pea gravel or DG?
redwood planters? fire issue?
lots of plants, layering. yay.
bushy and green...curving path (but not DG)
if only DG didn't ruin hardwood floors. maybe some pavers on top for stepping?
maybe pavers instead of gravel?
pavers + nature = yay
cool succulent detail (and bench)
Not a fan of the stark rock and barely-there plants, but i like these low walls. Also the slatted wood screens at the entry.
i like these steps and how they're not lined up (off set?)
I like the blend of plants and the approach to the entry gate
bubbler fountain trio.
I don't know what a "plow disc" is, but these are cool. Well done!
If these grasses are native, I'm in!